A Are you selling your older style inner-city bungalow that has the versatility to buy and rent, or buy and redevelop? This is an example of homes we love to help you sell. If you’ve been in the same home for a long time and are not sure what your home will be evaluated for in our current market conditions, it’s a good time to reach out to us for a free home market evaluation.
A Attention Builders, Developers Investors! Future Development opportunity with this property with M-C1 zoning not on the main road. Bowness is Avenue Magazine’s top-rated community with loads of amenities within walking distance, and easy access to Sarcee Trail, Highway 1/16 Avenue, and Stoney Trail (and the future ring road)! The home on this site is a very livable property with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom on the main level and an unfinished basement in which you can add another family room + bedroom. Newer hot water tank, high-efficiency furnace (2013), newer washer, and newer roof. 15 minutes to downtown, close to future retail development (Trinity Hills) and the new community with future Calgary Farmer’s Market (in Greenwich) makes this lot very attractive for future homeowners. Neighbouring land is also available for Sale – which allows for a large development up to 31 units (18,000 sq ft. development space)! Check out the area and the development potential!
Z Zoning of beautiful bungalow in Bowness is MC-1. MC-1 is a versatile zoning.
The city of Calgary’s website describes it as:
The Multi-Residential – Contextual Low Profile District:
(a) is intended to apply to the Developed Area;
(b) has Multi-Residential Development that will typically have higher numbers of Dwelling Units and traffic generation than low-density residential dwellings and M-CG District;
(c) provides for Multi-Residential Development in a variety of forms;
(d) has Multi-Residential Development of low height and medium density;
(e) allows for varied building height and front setback areas in a manner that reflects the immediate context;
(f) is intended to be in close proximity or adjacent to low-density residential development;
(g) provides space for social interaction; and
(h) provides landscaping to complement the design of the development and to help screen and buffer elements of the development that may have impacts on residents or nearby parcels.
Have a look at the City of Calgary’s website for more information: http://lub.calgary.ca/Part6/Division3_Multi_Residential_Contextual_Low_Profile_M_C1.htm
Community of Bowness is a very desirable inner-city community in the city of Calgary.Bowness is a community on the North West side of the city of Calgary. The neighbourhood is bounded by the Bow River to the north and east, Highway 1 (16th Avenue) to the South and Stoney Trail to the West. Did you know that Bowness was once its own town separate from the city of Calgary? It was amalgamated and part of the city of Calgary officially in 1964. We consider it a popular infill community in the city of Calgary for the relative affordability and the conversion of older homes being torn down to build multiple buildings on the same plot of land. The community is popular for investors seeking large lots to convert to duplexes and fourplexes.
Distance to the downtown core is about 15-20 minutes and the BRT (Bus Rapid Transit – Larger buses with fewer stops) run along Bowness Trail for an easier community to and from Downtown. Only about 15 minutes to the downtown core, Bowness is gaining popularity and is ranked as one of the top communities.
One of the most popular parks in the city of Calgary is Bowness Park for both summer and winter activities. It is a popular place for picnics, summer sports, and boating. The community of Bowness is also adjacent to WinSport. Winter sports at Winsport include a variety of Olympic and recreational sports: Tubing, Bobsleigh, Public Luge, Skeleton, Skating, Hockey (Shiny), Skiing and Snowboarding. Summer Activities include Summer Bobsleigh, Zipline (North America’s Fastest), Bungee Jumping (Free Fall), Mini Golf, Scenic Chair Lift to the top of the hill, Mountain biking, Skyline Luge, and public skating.
Less than 5 minutes to exit the city of Calgary via Highway 1 (16th Avenue West) if you are looking for a community with a quick escape out of the city and to the mountains for the weekend.
Many schools serve the community: Belvedere Parkway School (K-6), Bowness High School (10-12), Bowcroft School (K-6), Thomas B. Riley School (7-9). Catholic Schools include Our Lady of the Assumption School (K-9).
Amenities: Four Points Sheraton Hotel, Sandman Hotel, Denny’s Starbucks, Wendy’s, Opa, Space Place Self Storage, Rona. Nearby Safeway in Montgomery. NOtaBLE Restaurant – Top Upscale Bar/Eatery Restaurant in Calgary.
Lots of Future Development in the area will make continue to make this community one of the top communities for years to come. Future Development of Greenwich Community just West of Bowness will be Future Home of the Calgary Farmer’s Market West. For more information about Greenwich and future development, visit the website: https://greenwichcalgary.com/
Trinity Hills is on the Southside of Highway 1 from Bowness Park. It’s also going to be one of the biggest community developments for a planned neighbourhood, tourist destination on Paskapoo Slopes (next to COP/Winsport).
With the final leg of the future Ring Road (Stoney Trail) Connecting NW to SW easily being completed. Bowness will be one of the most attractive communities to live in the city of Calgary in the coming years. We are excited for Bowness and it is one of the best Infill Community, can you tell?
Bowness is rated the Top #5 Community in the City of Calgary in 2018 – According to Avenue Magazine
Restaurant points: 31
Recreation facility points: 68
Engagement score: 106.71
Walk Score: 57
Transit Score: 38
Population in 2017: 10,895
Community size: 5.6 km²
People per km²: 1,946
Person crimes per 1,000 people: 19.64
Property crimes per 1,000 people: 137.68
Nearby neighbourhood walk score: Silver Springs, Cougar Ridge, Greenwood/greenbriar, Patterson, West Springs, Ranchlandsand Coach Hill.
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